Porter-Cable cordless power tools now available at Tractor Supply Co.
October 4, 2021 | 3:06 pm CDT
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TOWSON, Md. and BRENTWOOD, Tenn.  — Porter-Cable power tool company signed an agreement with Tractor Supply Company, the largest rural lifestyle retailer in the United States, to become its exclusive cordless power tool partner.

In addition to bringing its extensive line of tools and accessories to Tractor Supply stores across the U.S., Porter-Cable will also partner with the retailer to launch exclusive new cordless product innovations in the coming year.

“By pairing the Porter-Cable brand with Tractor Supply we are able to get our tools into more hands than ever before,” said Tabata Gomez, Chief Marketing Officer of Stanley Black & Decker’s Global Tools & Storage Division, the parent company of Porter-Cable. “The spirit of a Tractor Supply customer mirrors that of the self-reliant Porter-Cable user. As a company committed to our users, we want them to know that we were listening when they asked for more access to our products. Their needs were the catalyst for this exciting partnership with Tractor Supply and continued commitment to the PPorter-Cable line.”

By the fourth quarter, Porter-Cable products will be featured throughout stores and promoted online at TractorSupply.com through Tractor Supply’s Neighbor’s Club and “Ultimate Workshop” promotion. As part of the brand's planned expansion, Porter-Cable will be announcing new cordless tool and accessory innovations in 2022, available exclusively through Tractor Supply.

For more information about the partnership, visit portercablenow.com/TSCpartnership.

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